Tips for Weight Loss during Menopause

February 24, 2020

Up until their mid-to-late 30s, most women cannot blame their hormones for unexplained weight gain. Once perimenopause and menopause enters the picture, however, hormones including progesterone and estrogen can wreak havoc on a woman’s physique and self-esteem. Formerly taut stomachs become muffin tops spilling over onto formerly well-fitting jeans. Even many women who maintain a […]

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Top Ways to Reduce Arthritic Pain

February 17, 2020

Arthritis occurs from inflammation in your joints. With overuse or injury, cartilage on the end of the joints can break down, causing a narrowing of the joint space and the bones to rub together. This can lead to swelling, stiffness, and possibly osteoarthritis, the most common and typical type of arthritis. Another type of arthritis […]

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Knee Pain Relief Tips & Techniques

February 10, 2020

Imagine 5 o’clock traffic on a Friday. Traffic is backed up for miles in each direction, and it seems as though the drive home will take hours and the weekend will never begin. The knee is a major highway intersection in the body, connecting tendons, bones, and ligaments. This intersection keeps leg movements smooth, allowing individuals to […]

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Helping Others Thrive with Diabetes

February 3, 2020

Kim Minert is a diabetic who became a diabetes coach with Derail Diabetes who delivers keynotes and works with private clients who need guidance from someone who is in the trenches. Salonpas sat down with Kim to learn more about how she helps others thrive with diabetes: How did this journey begin? As a young […]

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Dana Beck: Vitamin-Driven Wellness Warrior

January 27, 2020

Dana Beck, CEO of Drink Nutrient, a functional beverage company, transformed from someone who constantly resorted to painkillers, to focusing on nutrition and hydration. She grew up with chronic back pain, which lead to a major back surgery at a young age in an attempt to alleviate her discomfort. Doctors told her she would need […]

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Keep Safe with Snow & Ice

January 20, 2020

“Kindness is like snow. It beautifies everything it covers.” – Kahlil Gibran.  With that beauty comes caution and some tips to snow shoveling and avoiding icy spills. Cold weather can be a pain in more ways than one!  Freezing temperatures, ice and slippery snow can also wreak havoc on your body in surprising—and avoidable—ways. From […]

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Wellness Warriors: Drs. Mark & Michelle Sherwood

January 13, 2020

The Salonpas® “Wellness Warriors” series connects with Drs. Mark and Michelle Sherwood about their quest to help people achieve wellness in every area of their life. What advice do Drs. Sherwood have for people who want to end 2020 much healthier than when they started it?  “Start the New Year today.  Do not wait for the […]

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Make a Resolution to Reduce Pain!

December 30, 2019

Every New Year’s Day, many people make a promise to themselves to engage in an act of self-improvement or to be nicer to others.  Many people make a resolution to improve their physical well-being by eating healthier foods, losing weight, exercising more, drinking less alcohol and quitting smoking. If you suffer from mild, moderate or […]

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‘Tis the Season to be Jolly (and Pain-free)

December 23, 2019

As we struggle with shopping lists and invitations, compounded by winter’s unpredictable weather, many of us suffer from extra aches and pains that are exacerbated by the pressures of the holiday season.   Salonpas® offers some tips and techniques, from our cast of medical authorities, to ensure a happy, healthy and pain-free holiday season: Making a List […]

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